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Kona District Vacation Rentals

Spanning much of the western coast of the Big Island is the Kona District. The district is so large; it has been split into north and south. With so much space, visitors can expect to see a large amount of watersports available in the area.

While here, visitors can head towards Kealakekua Bay, the spot where Captain James Cook first landed. This bay is a Marine Life Conservation District and is home to a variety of sea life, such as sea turtles and spinner dolphins. Visitors can snorkel and kayak in the bay as well. Another beach in the Kona District is Kekaha Kai Beach Park, a quiet beach park that offers great swimming and kayaking opportunities. Laaloa Beach Park is a great beach for those who want to take advantage of the waves. Here, visitors can surf, body-surf and body-board. The beach has an alternate name, “Disappearing Sands,” as it disappears under the waves at night. Kona is also home to the Ironman competition and the International Billfish Tournament.

The Kona District is a fantastic place to visit because of the variety of activities it offers.

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